District pays $50,000 for students to take ACT, SAT

Danielle Kurensky

November 3, 2017

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Despite the state’s transition to the SAT, juniors at New Trier will take both the SAT and ACT free of cost this spring as the district has paid for the ACT, which remains popular among both students and educators. Every...

West wing strives for eco-friendly design

Stephanie Kim

November 3, 2017

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Not only has the addition to New Trier’s Winnetka campus brought a host of modern features, such as a new library and a revamped cafeteria, but it also facilitates an initiative to make the building more energy-efficient and...

Weinstein sparks national “me too” movement

Claudia Levens

November 3, 2017

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Since the New York Times published reports accusing prominent movie producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment and coercive bargaining on October 5th, dozens of other women have come foreword with similar claims against both...

Student body comes together to celebrate Trevian pride

Claudia Levens

October 13, 2017

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After 20 years, the New Trier pep rally was triumphantly revived last Monday, Oct. 2, for Spirit Week. In addition to shorter regular periods, the day brought two 50-minute periods where adviseries in either group A or B trickled...

Teachers and students welcome new building

Jasmine Gonzalez

October 6, 2017

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Although just about everyone in school has felt the effects of the ongoing construction project, which has now passed the two year mark, some departments and the students have faced overcome additional challenges. Although...

Letter catches eye of NT administration

May Paddor, News Editor

October 6, 2017

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Over the summer, former student Nick Collins posted a “New Trier LGBTQ+ Open Letter Signatures” Google form on Facebook to get signatures to send to the administration about homophobia in the student body. Collins, a senior...

Construction costs rise over initial estimates

Mack Guthrie, Lexi Shoup, and Michelle Yurovsky

May 26, 2017

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With six months left of construction, the school has less than $500,000 left in its contingency budget, having already spent over $5 million of reserves. “We estimate that when the project concludes next fall we will have used abo...